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7.30: June 3, 2019
June 3, 2019
ABC  |  June 3, 2019

Australian Taxation Office whistleblower Richard Boyle breaks his silence about the personal toll of speaking out and facing a prison sentence of 161 years if found guilty. The IT giant giving people with autism employment hope. Melbourne and Sydney's growth at the expense of other parts of Australia. Wiradjuri Labor frontbencher Linda Burney's thoughts on Ken Wyatt's cautious approach to constitutional recognition for Indigenous Australians. Plus, will the Reserve Bank cutting the official cash rate to record lows have the desired effect on Australia's sluggish economy?

Australian Taxation Office whistleblower Richard Boyle breaks his silence about the personal toll of speaking out and facing a prison sentence of 161 years if found guilty. The IT giant giving people with autism employment hope. Melbourne and Sydney's growth at the expense of other parts of Australia. Wiradjuri Labor frontbencher Linda Burney's thoughts on Ken Wyatt's cautious approach to constitutional recognition for Indigenous Australians. Plus, will the Reserve Bank cutting the official cash rate to record lows have the desired effect on Australia's sluggish economy?

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